Mark Konishi, Pioneer of Studying Behavior’s Neural Basis, Dies
Mark Konishi, Pioneer of Studying Behavior’s Neural Basis, Dies
The Caltech scientist was revered for his work on the neurobiology of birdsong and owls’ ability to home in on their prey.
Mark Konishi, Pioneer of Studying Behavior’s Neural Basis, Dies
Mark Konishi, Pioneer of Studying Behavior’s Neural Basis, Dies

The Caltech scientist was revered for his work on the neurobiology of birdsong and owls’ ability to home in on their prey.

The Caltech scientist was revered for his work on the neurobiology of birdsong and owls’ ability to home in on their prey.

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Neurophysiologist, Ethnographer, and World Explorer Dies
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